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Rep. Joaquin Castro rips Issa on Benghazi: He ‘crusaded for over a year on a fairy tale’

Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-TX) lashed out at House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-CA) on Sunday for spending over a year on what he said was a crusade on a “fairy tale” after a New York Times report showed that Al-Qaeda had no role in the 2012 Benghazi attacks. In…

Texas judge claims he dragged girlfriend by hair, strangled her to ‘save her life’

A Texas county judge was arrested last week after he was accused of dragging his girlfriend by her hair and strangling her — but he claims he did it to save her life. KHOU reported that police responded to a disturbance at about 2 a.m. on Saturday morning and a…

‘Detective of the Year’ pleads guilty to secretly videotaping his nude stepdaughter

A D.C. officer named “Detective of the Year” in 2012 has pleaded guilty for secretly videotaping his adult stepdaughter as she changed clothes and showered. Metropolitan Police Department detective Keith Tabron pleaded guilty in July to multiple counts of video surveillance with prurient intent. He was accused of setting up…

Drunk Florida man hurls bricks, racial slurs at kids — and then flees cops on bicycle

A 44-year-old Florida man is custody after being accused of throwing pieces of bricks at children and shouting racial slurs at them before trying to escape from police on his ex-wife’s bicycle. According to The Daytona Beach News-Journal, police responded to a Dec. 16 call that Larry Kenton was drunk…

Pastor John Hagee to atheists: Gladly accept my Christmas tidings or ‘leave the country’

Texas megachurch Pastor John Hagee this week advised atheists who didn’t like Christmas to “leave the country” or “take your Walkman and stuff it into your ears.” In a sermon at his Cornerstone Church on Sunday, Hagee warned that “Christmas is under attack in America” because government offices were greeting…

Texas bar bans gay men over ‘safety risk’ for dancing to country music instead of hip-hop

The American Civil Liberties Union of Texas is backing two Texas men who say that they were recently kicked out of a South Texas night club for dancing to country music instead of hip-hop or rap. Justin Meyer, 21, explained to the Victoria Advocate that management at Cactus Canyon told…

No charges after family member’s gun fatally shoots 2-month-old on Christmas Eve

An autopsy was being conducted on Thursday after a 2-month-old girl was shot to death in Pennsylvania on Christmas Eve. The Lancaster Intelligencer Journal reported that the infant had been killed by a single gunshot wound in East Lampeter Township on Tuesday just after 2 p.m. Investigators said that the…

Ohio teacher tells African-American student: ‘We do not need another black president’

A teacher in Ohio was suspended this week for allegedly telling an ambitious young African-American student that the country does “not need another black president.” According to The Cincinnati Enquirer, Gil Voigt was suspended without pay from Fairfield Freshman School on Monday, the first step necessary for termination. The teacher…

Scientists retracing the footsteps of 1911 Antarctic expedition trapped in ice

Icebreaker ships go to help MV Akademik Shokalskiy after captain issues distress call A team of scientists and members of the public who have been retracing the footsteps of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition (AAE) of 1911 have become trapped in heavy ice a few miles from the coast of Antarctica.…

Retired pastor blames ‘high sex drive’ after bust in Wyoming gay sex sting

A retired pastor told police in Wyoming that his high sex drive was to blame after he was arrested when he asked an undercover officer to perform oral sex on him. The Casper Police Department on Sunday charged 75-year-old Rev. Bryant Badger with public indecency, obscene literature and incitement to…

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